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First look at Emma Stone in Disney's live-action Cruella! Straight from D23, the first-look at Emma Stone as CRUELLA has arrived, featuring the actress as a younger version of the villain character from 101 DALMATIONS (played by Glenn Close in the live-action remake and sequel years ago). Stone will star alongside Emma Thompson and Paul Walter Hauser in the film, which serves as a prequel of sorts to her eventually becoming the dog-stealing two-toned villainess.… Read More...

Tron 3 Was Canceled Before the Script Was Finished Director Joseph Kosinski offers his take on what happened with Tron 3 which may still get a reboot starring Jared Leto.

Here’s Why Disney Shelved ‘TRON 3’ And What The Plot Was (Is?) Going To Be Disney TRON: Legacy grossed only $400 million on a reported $170 million budget and didn’t sell a lot of toys either, which left plans of a third TRON movie — tentatively titled TRON: Ascension — up in the air. Back in 2011 when we interviewed director Joseph Kosinski, he said TRON 3 would move forward “if we can come up with the right story and a good reason to return.” A year later it was reported Garrett Hedlund was signed to return, and then Olivia Wilde was reportedly attached as of two years ago.

Disney’s Cruella Movie Being Directed by Mozart in the Jungle Co-Creator For over a century now, Disney has been at the forefront of children’s entertainment, bringing a host of movie classics to the big screen for the viewing pleasure of millions across the globe. Now taking on live-action adaptations of some of its most beloved releases, Disney has seen success in Maleficent, The Jungle Book and Cinderella, and look to continue riding that wave with the upcoming release of Beauty and the Beast. The studio also plans to put together a movie focusing on the villain of the 101 Dalmatians series with Cruella. Being brought to life by Emma Stone, the nasty Ms.

‘Big Hero 6’ Animated Series Bringing Back Most of the Movie’s Voice Cast Way back in the spring, we learned that Disney XD would bring back the superhero team Big Hero 6 in their own animated series. At the time, all we knew was that it would pick up shortly after the events of the first film and the series would be executive produced by Kim Possible creators Mark McCorkle and Bob Schooley along with another Kim Possible vet, Nicholas Filippi, who’ll serve as supervising director.

Big Hero 6's Ryan Potter really wants to be Robin in Ben Affleck's Batman Some people look like they were born to kick other people’s asses. One of those people is BIG HERO 6 actor Ryan Potter, who posted onto his YouTube page a choreographed fight sequence designed as an audition tape for Ben Affleck’s upcoming solo BATMAN movie. At the end, the actor has a little message for Affleck: “Like Tim said, ‘Batman needs a... Read More...

When Walt Disney Animation decided to bring the Marvel comic Big Hero 6 to theaters, many wondered whether or not there would be ties to the Marvel cinematic universe or if this could be the beginning of a separated animated universe for Marvel superheroes.

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